So I frogged it. And started over. Started over without a definite plan.
|The start of something big.|
I started over holding two threads (lace weight) together. I like the affect. I'm creating a nice, squishy fabric and I LOVE the tweedy aspect the two yarns are providing. Alone, each yarn is pretty, but combined.... Yes! I'm loving the color.
But what exactly am I knitting? Is it going to be a long striped scarf that's a little too wide for a normal scarf but way too narrow for a decent stole type shawl? Or will I amend the color changes slightly and attempt to create the original log cabin pattern I'd planned?
I can not decide and the yarn refuses to speak.
One thing I am sure of is that I'll finish reading Malice in Wonderland by Hiliary Latimer this week. Maybe even tonight. I thought I was going to absolutely LOVE this book. It's a murder mystery that takes place at a fiber festival. What's not to love about that? Except that it turned into several male characters (boyfriends of other characters) who aren't supposed to know much about knitting, except that they do when it's convenient to the story line and their ability to solve the case. And I guess it's possible that I missed something early on, but... Just about every character in the book hints that the dead guy was being blackmailed - but there's never any mention of him doing something to be blackmailed for. It's very confusing/annoying.
|Good Guys Love Dogs|
Once I finish Malice in Wonderland, my next book will be either Good Guys Love Dogs by Inglath Cooper or The Cabin by Natasha Preston. I'm in the mood for fluffy romance, thus Good Guys Love Dogs.... but The Cabin would pair well with knitting a log cabin shawl. I guess I'll just pray my yarn quickly breaks it's silence and tells me what it wants to be.
|The Cabin by Natasha Preston|
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